Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by Mister_Munro, Apr 5, 2014.
Aguilar 750 or the new Gallien Fusion 550? Thoughts? Opinions? Running a neo 212 cab.
Very very different amps.
For me I would go with the Agi. Others might choose otherwise.
8 Ohm cab?
Even with the weight, I would have to go with the Aguilar.
Easy one for me personally. I have been using the Fusion 550 with either the NEO412 or NEO212 II for years now. Best rig I've had in over 40 years.
So.......go out and buy the Aggie.
Another vote for the Aguilar, here. I prefer the simplicity and great build quality of it, plus it sounds wonderful.
My money would be spent on the Aggie.
Why would you recommend the aguilar over the 550 if you love it so much?
Cool thanks guys!
So less players out there have "my sound" Greedy, I know (costs a lot less too)
Where the "Like Button" when you need it?
If u don't have any issues with transporting the Aggie...i would go with the 750. I played the my 750 for years, and loved it. It just got too heavy to lug around...
Fusion 550 all the way.
What kind of tone are you looking for? What style of music do you want to use the rig for? What kind of venues do you usually play? Is volume important? What bass do you usually play?
I've never played the Fusion 550, but would like to check it out sometime. Have been playing the DB 750 for more than 6 years now, and it hits very hard!! Not the best slap tone in the world, no "open-transparent-neutral-super-fast-attack" tone, but for almost everything else, it's my first choice.
Weight is a big con tho.
A fellow TBer checking out a Fusion 550.
I'd suggest giving both a try - tonally, they are on about opposite ends if the spectrum. I have only tried the Aguilar in a store, but bought a Fusion 550 and gigged it a few times before returning it. The Aggie was big, warm, round and clean - very full and musical sounding. The Fusion had huge lows and high highs. By overdriving the preamp tubes, I could get a nice rock tone out of it. But, it just wasn't warm to me at all and had an inherent grind that I just didn't like (and couldn't dial out). I can see why some players would like it - I didn't.
The GK Fusion 550.
Like everyone said.. the db750 is heavy. It is hard to beat. It is or will be an iconic amp. Great tone and power
pic? you mean pick...
Might I recommend the Aguilar Tone Hammer 500 if you dig the 750/751. Comes very close, especially with the drive knob.
The Aggie and GK stuff are very different. I have found the GK to be more "modern", hifi sounding, and the Aguilar more of a modern svt. Warmer.
The Aguilar 750 photographs the best out of the two
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